Camper Christina is a youtuber and outdoor enthusiast who has been sharing her adventures and inspiring others since 2015. She started backcountry camping in 2002 and fell in love and now camps year-round. In 2015, with no one to go with, she began solo tripping, and although it took a bit more courage and time to get used to, it is currently her preference. Now, with more experience and confidence, she ventures into some extremely challenging and remote locations in the Canadian backcountry, usually alone, and loves to share her adventures with others through her social media platforms and youtube channel. Christina has also recently released two online courses, Backcountry Camping for Beginners and Winter Camping for Beginners, which are completely online and can be found on her website.
Website : Camperchristina.com
YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/c/CamperChristinacom
Author, artist, explorer, recipient of the Bill Mason Award for Lifetime Achievements in River Conservation and International Fellow of the Prestigious Explorer’s Club, Hap Wilson has canoed 60,000 KM through much of Canada’s Wilderness. He is one of North America’s best-known wilderness guides and canoeists, the author of over a dozen books, an expert sustainable trail builder, and co-founder of the environmental group Earthroots.
Kevin Callan is the author of fifteen books, including bestselling “The Happy Camper” and the incredibly popular series of paddling guides. On a regular basis, he presents across North America and the U.K. and has been a key speaker at all the major outdoor events for over 25 years. Callan is also a regular contributor and columnist for Explore and CanoeRoots Magazine and was just listed one of the top 100 modern day explorers by the Canadian Geographical Society. He was also made Patron Paddler for Paddle Canada.
David Bain is an avid outdoor enthusiast who fell in love with the Georgian Bay coast during his first visit to the French River in the year 2000. Ever since he and his paddling partners have spent numerous (but never enough) spectacular days exploring this unique region of Ontario, paddling the rugged shoreline in search of islands and hidden inlets to fish, explore and pitch their tents in. When not paddling, David is busy organizing the Ontario Backcountry Canoe Symposium (www.ontariobackcountrycanoe.ca) and the Ontario Winter Camping Symposium (www.ontariowintercamping.ca).
Brad Jennings & Leah Schmidt
Adventure seekers at heart, Brad and Leah of Explore the Backcountry embark on countless adventurous and exploratory canoe trips, rediscovering long forgotten ‘lost’ routes, and journeying through some of the most breathtaking wilderness in the process. Brad has helmed ExploreTheBackountry.com for more than a decade, mapping and maintaining routes, producing videos, photos, reports and more, all while encouraging others to get out an explore for themselves.
Dennis Rogers, A.K.A. Canoehound is an avid outdoorsman with over 35 years backcountry canoe tripping experience and is the host of the weekly Live Stream Show, Canoehound’s Outdoor Adventure Show on YouTube.
Currently in his 3rd season of the show with over 100 episodes and covering topics of outdoor interest and interviewing some of the biggest names in outdoor adventuring, Dennis seeks to entertain and educate new and old adventures to get outside and enjoy all that nature has to offer…. Keep the Adventures Alive!!!
Growing up as far north as James Bay and as far west as the Rocky Mountains and the Prairies, Sean has spent most of his life outdoors and has seen a lot of what Canada has to offer people who love to get outside. Combining his love of canoes, camping, and photography, Sean has been canoe tripping for over 25 years and has many more years ahead of him. Testing new gear and learning new skills is part of what Sean enjoys most about getting out on the water and into the back country.